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William Shakespeare Biography

William Shakespeare has been dead for almost 400 years but he's still as famous as ever. He has written some of the best-known plays and poems in history, like Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. Find out more about this legendary writer! Back to Article

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MewSilver
MewSilver wrote:
2013-12-29 19:39:06 -0800

@DogGirl I think he died of old age ._. But i only came here to comment twelth night ^^

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doggirl123_2551899
doggirl123_2551899 wrote:
2013-12-29 19:27:14 -0800

@mewsliver how did william shakespeare died and he is son

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SakuraGarden
SakuraGarden wrote:
2013-12-29 12:41:36 -0800

OMG, he died in my birthday. And he was born around in my birthday.

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MewSilver
MewSilver wrote:
2013-12-29 11:04:34 -0800

twelfth night is the best...-runs away laughing- EHEHEH

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-09-02 16:49:03 -0700

This was so long time ago...!

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Timalirilies
Timalirilies wrote:
2013-09-02 11:55:00 -0700

cool!!!

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PrincessSab
PrincessSab wrote:
2013-06-11 12:35:52 -0700

I WENT TO STRATFORD UPON AVON ON A SCHOOL TRIP

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12katie
12katie wrote:
2012-06-04 12:16:51 -0700

well its true.

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ShantiDances
ShantiDances wrote:
2012-05-30 04:40:07 -0700

Lol katie!

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12katie
12katie wrote:
2012-05-26 19:32:56 -0700

how are people supposed to read this without falling asleep! I feel asleep when I just saw his picture! I can tell Mr.Historian read this (no offense) and you cant even look at Shakespeare without asking why did you write all thouse peoms with all those wierd words. (Especially when you had to recite it in front of everyone in your class and look stupid saying "he was bearded like the pard") What the heck is a pard?!

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ShantiDances
ShantiDances wrote:
2012-05-24 04:38:28 -0700

BORING!

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camogirl34
camogirl34 wrote:
2012-05-23 20:11:06 -0700

i love him so much. my favorite is Romeo and Juliet. i cryed like a baby. just touching

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Mr.Historian
Mr.Historian wrote:
2012-05-23 19:54:29 -0700

Love this mans poems

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pixie britney
pixie britney wrote:
2012-05-23 19:49:59 -0700

I love Shakespeare,
My favorite is: Romeo and Julietsmile

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Libbyh15
Libbyh15 wrote:
2011-08-08 13:26:07 -0700

Shakespeare is a very good poetry writer,and play writer Im 13 and I know who he is ive been reading and studying his work since I was your age.smile

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Libbyh15
Libbyh15 wrote:
2011-08-08 13:24:10 -0700

I love Shakespeare so much.My favorite one is The Star Cross'd Lovers(Romeo and Juliet).

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whatwhatwhatwhatwhat101
whatwhatwhatwhatwhat101 wrote:
2011-04-02 00:16:37 -0700

no really what the freakin heck is this im only freaking 9 again like what the heackkkk
Confused

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